The Panthers have selected Oregon running back Kenjon Barner with their sixth-round pick in the NFL draft.
Barring a trade, it's Carolina's last selection in this year's draft. They don't have a seventh round pick.
Barner hails from the same school as current Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart, a first-round pick out of from Oregon in 2008.
The 5-foot-9, 196...
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26 days ago
With the 182nd overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Panthers select Oregon RB Kenjon Barner. Barner put up an extremely impressive statistical season in Chip Kelly's system, making the most of his opportunity to be the lead back. His speed is undeniable, and he can be a weapon catching the ball out of the backfield. However, Barner has numerous concerns, including fumbles...
Kenjon Barner won't be rocking out in the first round of the NFL Draft, but that's alright. The former Oregon star's haircut is already in the Hall of Fame.
Kenjon Barner spent the day at ESPN on Tuesday, and the former Oregon running back brought his swag with him.
Barner has been working on his new hairstyle for the past few months, and it was in peak form this week. Just look at it. Shaved on the sides, nice and curly and frizzy on top. He’s like halfway to “Coneheads.” It’s not quite a Kid from Kid ‘n Play, because his...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- This time a year ago, Oregon running back Kenjon Barner was dodging more questions ahead of the Rose Bowl about whether or not he would return for his senior season than about the opposing defense. This year, it's been all football.
Barner ultimately took a gamble on one more season at Oregon and is now seeing a payoff even greater than he thought possible...
Oregon running back Kenjon Barner was injured late in the first half against Oregon State with what appeared to be a possible rib or abdomen injury.
Barner was attended to by trainers on the field after the injury, then walked gingerly to the sidelines without help. He stood on the sidelines for several minutes with his helmet on, conferring with trainers, before heading to the...
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November 24, 2012
Oregon star running back Kenjon Barner was taken to the locker room briefly after apparently injuring his right hand against California on Saturday night.
Barner left the game for the second-ranked Ducks late in the first quarter holding his hand and grimacing on the sideline before being taken to the locker room. He came back to the field before the next series and got on the field...
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November 11, 2012
The nation’s elite stayed perfect on Saturday, though it wasn’t all smooth sailing for ‘Bama or Oregon (clockwise from top: AP/ Herbert, AP/ Wagner, Getty/ Laberge)
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Alabama couldn’t make good on Vegas’ nine-point spread. In fact, it took about 59 minutes for the Crimson Tide to secure its ninth win of the year. But as well as LSU played...
Heisman trophy candidate Kenjon Barner knew it was his last time to play back in his hometown in front of dozens of friends and family members. He made sure he left them with a special performance to remember. Barner ran for a school-record 321 yards and five touchdowns as Oregon beat No. 18 Southern California 62-51.
It was just another example of the most potent offense in College...
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In the 92 year history of the National Football League, no running back has rushed for 300 yards in one game. EVER. (Some have come awfully close in recent years).At the professional level, football is a tough and brutal as it gets. With NCAA football, you have perennial championship contenders, and you have quite a few perennial "Chump-ionship" contenders.USC belongs in...